Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Harman Kardon Sound, Parking Sensors, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 32K Miles, Tan/Tan
Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Parking Sensors, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 55K Miles, Blue/Black
Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Harman Kardon Sound, Parking Sensors, Front Seat Heaters
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 58K Miles, Silver/Black
Having previously owned various German and Japanese makes, I can say that this is a standout vehicle and a great value (especially used via CARMAX). Don't let the Buick grille fool you -- this is an award-winning, autobahn-bred Opel Insignia from Germany! From all I've read, the Turbo is the one to get (not the base 2.4-liter). Unlike BMW 3-series, the Regal runs on regular gas and with smoother riding regular tires (NOT run-flats). The interior is far nicer than BMW, while the turbo 2.0 motor has more low-end torque and a broad mid-range power band. It is amazingly quiet as well. As with most Euro-sedans, it has a few quirks (some non-intuitive controls, firm seats, and less than ideal cupholders), but features a beautiful, aero look that seems very up-to-date. While not quite the "driver's car" as is a rear-drive sports sedan, the CXL exhibits no front-drive torque steer and has wonderfully neutral steering and handling. Plus it has many standard features that you would have to pay extra for in other makes, and some that are not even offered elsewhere. Do yourself a favor and check out the new Buick Regal. It is NOT your grandfather's Buick, that's for sure!
We bought this car new and still own it. We are retired and wanted a very comfortable car that we could use in town and on vacation trips. This car has been very comfortable and is pleasant to drive on trips. It has performed beautifully with never a mechanical problem. We have had the chance to trade it off, but decided to keep it longer! Our only negative would be that it doesn't get a lot of miles per gallon. We wish they had not retired the Regal model.
This specific year and model car is an exceptional deal. You get more for your money with this car than you could ever expect. It is actually the Opal Cadette (A GM Europe product) with a Buick Regal body and chassis. It has a turbocharged engine that gives superb torque at medium to high RPM, affording excellent passing capability. Fuel mileage is very good for its class and power. Front seat ride is very comfortable and handling is quite good. I bought this car in January of 2015 in Phoenix, AZ, and the next day drove through a blizzard going home to Texas. ABS braking proved itself to be a life saver and worked superbly. Handling on ice and slush, especially on bridges and overpasses, was excellent. Beautifully designed exterior.